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The newly commissioned Orion laser system has been used to study dense plasmas created by a combination of short pulse laser heating and compression by laser driven shocks. Thus the plasma density was systematically varied between 1 and 10g/cc by using aluminum samples buried in plastic foils or diamond sheets. The aluminum was heated to electron temperatures between 500eV and 700eV allowing the plasma conditions to be diagnosed by K-shell emission spectroscopy. The K-shell spectra show thedoi:10.1103/physrevlett.110.265003 pmid:23848885 fatcat:kxzlpthpt5gyrijlb5r36nvazy